Clean Power Will Cut Our Electricity Bills

Marilyn Brown

Marilyn Brown

Professor
School of Public Policy, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

Without any changes in the way we produce and use electricity, Georgia households can expect an 8.4 percent increase in electricity bills over the next 15 years, while the typical U.S. household will see bills increase by 18 percent. But a new report has found that implementing the Obama...

Lockheed Martin Sells Real Estate to Georgia Tech

Four buildings on 52 acres going from Lockheed to Georgia Tech in Cobb County real estate deal.

Standardizing Communications for the Internet of Things

Researchers have developed a flexible, generic data-fusion software that simplifies interacting with sensor networks known as the Internet of Things.

Historic Moment in the Nuclear Industry

Marilyn Brown

Marilyn Brown

Professor
School of Public Policy, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

This past weekend, licensed reactor operators at the Tennessee Valley Authority safely connected a new source of nuclear power to its electric system. It is an historic moment for the nuclear industry because it is the first new U.S. nuclear generation of the...
Wednesday
Jun
29

INSPIRE^2 Teaching Workshop

8:00am to 4:00pm
Tech Square Research Building (TSRB), Banquet Hall
Grad students are postdocs are invited to partake in a full day of interactive sessions which will focus on non-traditional, interactive teaching methods that promote engagement in the classroom.

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